Brooklyn Street Art

…loves you more every day.


What does it mean for an artist to “survive” in a tough economic climate? Can business ever be “bad” for a diligently working artist? Making an honest living —in a group show like NO OTHER, these artists, some legendary and some suitably hungry, will dissolve the line between utility and luxury for an exhibition entitled, “GO GET YOUR SHINEBOX”. […]

Documenting Decay Part II: Seeing Art in Street Layers of Detritus

At 11 Spring Street in Nolita, a neighborhood in lower Manhattan, sits a 19th Century brick building that two centuries ago was a stable and carriage house. As the 2oth Century turned, the building had gained a following by urban art fans and street artists from all over the world.  Over the course of the […]